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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEWAT.n 'LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED OECEMiER rublUht'd by Lithbrldgi H.r.ld PublliKIn) Co., Ltd., oviry liwtut tvtnlnj at lit offlM, Sixth Alk'irtl, Canada. A. IUCHANAN Manafllno Dlrecter W. QUAYLl Managing Circulation TORRANCE uilnesl Jok DAILY 1 -TfV 1 by 1 monUii 1 moattu. 1 rnunth tfllvtfti JJ.OK e monthi, by mill .Si. M ......Ho. jUlrmil ehsnioil .-us ott.n u but Kith now -addresses must be tfven. 'THE-OAILY HtRALD FOR Rei Cro-a D-ur M. Book Start J O Boberuon Cratibronk, C Beattle Mil A Co Co Atchlnson. Hoi.) Drur L. Reinocka. _ _ Olimond Cflr-ummond Citv Ymmc A Co R. W forur Co. HunlUon. v.nceuvjr, S, -C.-IVorW Plnotier Be .J.i Kiws OsmpW-' _ Mtnn.aBOll.-Brtm. ft Broun fth A Book Thc Jjuiiioson News CompMr. -So.. 705 F.mle 9. Fd.-cy.-S.eJ. Alia on'.ll C..P. THE WEEKLY HERALD _______ ______ ..i eight or moro summaii of the of lei 1 year in' advance 1150 6 months .In.advance "5c clianco of ulliimito fliK'ccss than what may lai styleil liHliyi'i-iininulo efforts, is tlitf imturaf' !iome-pf tho 'Itiilubtr.Uili' havo mimed rittrt -Uiose are1 oh- tulnod iliorc Is a groat olianeo cf'bav- Ing olhoi's to follow. We fHt'ilitirs. hut tlitf (ilaying up. .'of tlie groatt'st is not only the but (lio most jtractlcal policy. "-liotV us Saini'day, August 17, 1912. ubamlou an, imloHnttn plan, of win- and a (lellnito OHO, Ii short, lot ns ttjtpclali.'.G. In the respects named It is iriut too much to. Jjethbi'idRo by Itself. Wo have m> to I'ol low UKHiollcy which Saskatoon has adopted, but wo havti tho host competitive 'weapon I" assets which-are peculiarly our own. OUR POINT OF VIEW Pjneher Creek is boasting ;tha't i wilMmve the best in its history That Is for Unit .distrie is always to the fore with goodvcrops Isn't our friend Dr. Leach overlook- Tabor? Why doesn't' ho ''demand his friends at Ottawa-to locate a cus- toms otlk'c there? HirrdeH gets :t customs ofi.c'fi. What about Tabor, Grassy Lake and Bow- Island? These towns arcs, .'cgr.tainly just as much entitled to air office. IKmlel'Nwill be all swelled since i( is 'given (lie only customs ofllce 'b'enveen Lethbridge inii Medi- cine 'Hat. Roosevelt hns ihe suupoit of thc lyilists. They b-olievc in th6" mem )ers of the fighting, togethtM Peaceful Battle GOING TO BE a'merry -j. battle 'at-the-International Dry Congress bat ween Can- ada and the United States. H will be a coutebt for agricultural supremacy Both, governments realize ihc import- ince of the big exposition and Con oress' here 'in They know- that', the there .will" be effective. The United States will try. and .'impress its people that the re-i public' Is sfil! good enough to stay and farm in, while Canada on the .other hand will make it its business to convince the strangers that the western prairies are the modern Gar- den of .Eden. Indeed, it will be a merry warfare, and on a bis snaie. ton Uncle Sam wants four thousand square feet.1o make his display while .Canada is .going to put up a c-f. its. own to exhibit its products. A 'Baseless Insinuation OlT N SPITE FACT that the J. government of Mberta his con tributed a sum equal to the Dominion contribution, towards ;tbe Dry-Farming Congress, notwith- standing that it has bespoken a- large space, our morning contemporary con es out with the this is coupled the oLthe MJU_ forgetful of the fact that were it not for the individ- ual" tlie Hon. Duncan Mar- shall the opposition might never hai e come to Lethbridge. A glance at the front page of our is- sue of yesterday 'would satisfy the public that the government of Alberta has done its share in the matter of se- curing space for exhibits. Independently, moreover, of the pre- sen't It' hns shown its recogni- tion of the importance of such an ex- position as the Dry-Farming Congress Hx faking m previous lionss ttliiU have we to ith le gard to such a msmuition a was' contained in our contemporary's editorial dealing uith the querj insinuation thdt the ei nmeiit of to i Sir Wilfrid comiifi: west. Vhetner Premier or Opposition Lead- r he is still strong in the affections f the people of the vest. if Hick McBrldc will if- huniuato thu parliament buildings when Sir Wilfrid visits Victoria next month. Canada and. United States are-join- In u .merry .Unlit to. eclipse each other wlth-lhefr exhibits ut thu Dry Farming Congress. After tho .OryJ-'armint; Congress l.et tis bid for the next Dominion exhibi- tion. In busy .on liotel uct'ominodution. A govornuieiit that falls to locate a customs bin'cd at 'J'ffbdr.shows n.ighty poor Judgiiiem. Taber-is a liig'yrow- ing town, doing a lot. of business, nurl a .customs o'ifice is a necessity Sloney was-voteil for a market bulk! ing a few years ago. Is that building still available for that pur pose? Let Bonrd of Traile get 'an answer from the city.- Council.. Wonder if'the govern- ment ivil! present that building are going -for the Dry Fann- ing, Congress- to the Lethbridge hibition association.; .It might conio in handy., Cheapest and tlie Best in t? ity V 5 lots facing north, on 7th Av. S. sewer and water near i-5tji St., time only Freeman MacLeod Go. Dominion Block T Phone 1212 Lethbriiige had a hiai'ket ouce but if wasn't supported decently by eith- er farmers The city'has! expanded greatly since then and it likely tbe producer, mid consumer have -a better, appreciation of the val- ue of the produce BETWIXT AND BETWEEN It cither dtsuafl driven by malice aforethought, or the outcome of.'a superlative isubrance-as to matters reallj taken place. Perhaps, it would be generous to take the latter view, and we trust that the after spending a minutes' on the revision of facts. will regret that it has come to the hasty conclusion it has arrived at. Will Help Mixed Farming THE BOARD OF'TBADL is on the Tight trail It mived laiming ind it is taUng up matters seiiouslj that nil! tend entnarige if To go Into Ihe stoc'x the farmers to be assured of a ready, and fairly stable-.market....A pork pack' ins factory, would help greatly in this fes'pccr., The, Hoard should uotcease in Us efforts to, .locate such a factory 1 V pork pa.ekin" is as a( p th a large supolj of hogs i" m the di tnct and there is no qius fipn-about .the market and the-fac- ton s Dioduct A creamery is another important ,'Mudustry: conducive to mixed farming igo in attempt ivas made to establish a creamery here, -but without success, as a guarantee of tbe required amount milk could not be secured from the farmers to earn. government assistance '1 lines e changed since then More farmers have come into tbe countrv and many of convinced'now that is the oul> sjstym that pajs Dim cattle uould be Kent mere eUetiinel; the fanners: thej uere assured of a uiatket for the production A creamerj is just the thing to meet the tarmei B need along this line Last but not least is the revival of the ca> niaiket Because i market was atteu pttxl a fen jeus ago and was not successful is no reason for arguing that-It'would be a failure now. Heie uoultn ai d dai-v products are being raised in the dis trlct jeai The townspeople ire anxioiis tq.get their eggs, buttei and absoluteh fresh and the, best, method is through a loca uarket where the farmer sells direct to the consumer on the public market place The citj market should be re vived M EDICINE HAT is attracting to itself industries its larg er neighbor, Lethbridge, is so far without them. There is nothing in the of an intidious compi.i'-on intended "bj this ternaik Hither is 1 a text round which may 'be homily worthy of the consideration o our civic and Board of ties. Medicine Hat, it is true, get the' manufaciorips In letson of it great natural asset, gas. But it i not the possession of gas alone tha .brings the industries, it is the wa which the authorities of Medicine Hi have in making the moat of its natur B! commodU> And this is uliat Lethbridge should do re gard. to the particular manner ii it. is aituated, both as regard niateiial assets, and a strategic com merclal position In a few words Moke the most of. them. ft Is no use running nfter all am "undo manufactories whose promot ers in the bulk of casee tare merelj strttohingr out feelers to set uhal tboy ran in the matter Of ad win lages in. the shape of Iionusing. There are western cities whicli; have faJlen victims to these, seizing, the present shadoU of guilt to the detnment of the future substance, and so sacrific- ing: their bsst -interests.. What Is re- quired Is a concentration of energy in Ihe procuring of .Industries, for which Uie city and the district are beat The Only Practical Way adapted I et the minufactoneh sired be particulauzed, and ail the means available be brought to bear on bringing them here. In regard to these there are prominent industries for jn huh Leth b'i'idgc is beyond question natuullv a packing jilant and .1 Jac lory for utilizing flax straw, in fol- lowing a variety of pursuits there is generally tbe risk of failures, but when a- particular quarry is aimed at. more often th m not the desire of thc hunt or is secured. What appears to us deslrablt, Is the of a spc ciflc in the successful ac- com'pHshinengot' which our natural as seta and atiaptabilltj must pHy a strong part H is needless to deny that there have announcements of Indus- tries which have never materialized. And this, points out strongly the ne- cessity to concentrate. Let there lie formed i committee toi in tho paitlculit manufnclorifH lumed Lot this .committee deniifitly obtain1 from thtf council whit jmictieal idvanlagcs offci j emoted In very sense from anything in the way of bribes, or what may work an in- iustice to a, future generation. These shouldjjje secondary to what tlie city offers In Ihe way of nat- nnd-dlSirlc iral nssets A .committee and. campaign thus peclficallj- organized have "a much Even though Pat Egan. .former city tec ib in Dutch luth the Citi Dado at' the present 'moment, he a record for. sheer .nerve .which few people in 7his late day and iigc ever think o'i emulating. Pat in some ticklish corners in and he Ins elled about long, enjngu to see 'tiiost of the too; .f. Rose, a suve-enough sourdoiig! of the trail of '9S, arrived .backr.-frcn the Yukon the other day ing ten veai in the land of ho'pe The Yukon is pretti slow davs com pared to the uhen {he gold seekers were crowding In there, at tbe rate'of a hundred a day, nip Uttle r crcplr "that fortune to the So'MrrKose.goes 'back to the time: uhen things were doing 111 thc Unt of the midnight sun Hit, experiences aie probably not in the catcgoiv with those of Sam .of tioii fame; .but he.tells some hair raia ers when the notion strikes him. H-3 tells one to show just how far Pat can It goes something like this I was pioceetl leisurely down- the street one sunny afternoon" when along the trail I ETW some doingb If iieiei seen a bunch ot French Canadians fight should have been there It was a field scrap. .1 came along.a bunch ,of diunken Tiench Johnnies ms> out on the-.street, in front of the joints, and it looked like as there-was. to be some blood spilled. Egan hove in, sight. Pat had a name up in the'Yu- kon! but the Frenchies evidently had- n't heard of it. The red-, coat, came along and ordered the carousing min- eis to saw oft and clear tji-g They had just enough booze loaded on to reeent the interference, and one of them, a six footer, let Pat have one on the oiT ear which should have sent the policeman for a sleep in the alle; The sleep producer' failed to work, j howeiei and Pat came back He had i landed on a pile of scantling, and that came handy. Picking up one piece for a club, the cop came out of. the alley on the jump, and; made intimate acquaintance the Frenchies, The scantling was plied with an-macy on ten-tier portions of the anatomies, oi the drunken crew, arid .in1, the end the big Frenchmen were towed along .to the guard room. The rost of-the" they didn't forget. They uould get the Mounh and might haie done so if hadn t seen his prowess -with tho "big stick. might hue got him in tlie back if Pat-hadn't put one over on them. He looked 'them ..up that night and told .hem that be wanted; them 'to show, up at next -day, so that lie could get their names. Needless to sny'ihey didn't stio'w up.-and the next day-hit .for their diggings.- The big French-.tighter with' the Sullivan punch went up for mouths and Pat added a little to his reputation for rievve. The special commissioners o-f the Dry Farming Congress who'' have jiist returned from their tours through the United States-'where they em- ployed In drumming.up etuhuslasni.in the coming session, had some .sunny experiences Geo. 1-Jarcourt, deputy minister of and-'s tick ing ignculture neier kiiev. that hid been one day ihe pick- up paper and found that 'Sir jjfsicourt had visited some OFT anothe- in the inter ests of the Congress, and all the rest that goes with a good boost story. He': thought that someone': had: played a joke on he.got io.the next town, and found that the. editor-there had used the same story. This haunt- ed him like whereyer.he went, but the. title, stuck. He never found out got homet and then the publicity department of the Con gress informed hini that the partic- ular story dubbins' him Sir iad-'been sent out: to jr a Sir'George glad be--back to where they enow him first name. But Chas. Hotchkiss, publicity com- for.the iirovlnce, had.some- hing on Marcourt in the matter if experiences. The energetic com- iiissioner visited Texas "in Ms-.wand- erings, and incidentally strolled Into one of the main towns, state where a Baptist. convention .was i session. Leading Baptists were jjrei eiit. Crotn over the state, and large time was being had. The publicity department here ha been vigorous' keeping the n-sws papers informed about the coming o the commissioners, and so it happen ed that the editor of the-daily news In the Texas town had a larg picture of Mn rHotchkiss .on ham about the time of his arrival. Tin trouble came when the editor got hli lines mixed and hen the papei came out. on the evening of the com .miasioner's arrival it. contoined a cen tre 'piece composed of half a dozen pictures of prominent visitors to'the Baptists, so 'the editoi thought And In the ver> centie o the group was'Mr. Hotchkiss explanation underneath that he was the leading Baptist of Amarillo ot ime other Texan conmiuhity And immedlilel> Mr Hotchkfsa de cided ha had no right to he a 'dry" farmer, for a Baptist, "wider n6 THE ANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY j Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF ORNINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 But circumstances, be dry all time; "P. the it's hot the way he's brought THE THERMO BOTTLE A WONDERFUL IT KEEPS: GOLD. LIQUIDS COLD FOB 4S HOUHS' HOT LIQUIDS HOT FOR M HOUHS. THE THERMOS JUST THE THiNG For Baliy's Midnight .Meal For the Nooii.day Luiich Pall For Picnlclno, Traveling, etc. OUR SPECIAL PRICE J2.00 and Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. THE CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Well Located Lots in at per Lot. Terms: 1-3 Cash, Balance 6 and 12 Mos. Wilson Skeiih MONC? TO LOAN INSURANCES OF ALL KINDS NEQOTIA'TED WITH RELIABLE INSUH Opp. Alexandra Hotel v Sole C. P. R. Agents s Phone 13J S -i 4 65B AVE. SOUTH. Certain Facts About Buying Every Man and Woman Should Know BY. J. R. HAMILTON Former Advertising Managtr of Wanamaker's, Ph iladelphla- THE CANADIAN PEOPLE arc billions of dollars ovory.ycar on comparatively- few neo- Cositics and luxuries Therefore these pertinent facts should be'of interest to yon. The of pioductng u article is relativplv small to tint of selling H Tor this leiion all business concerns arc effort to lower their selling cost. Up to the .present time the cheapest selling .method that hns been discovered Tho reason for this is that advertising'reaches tho greatest number of people at Ihn-low'ost cost per person.. That .is why al! merchants are using (his selling method. And that. Is fllflo why the. men who do! "not advertise could not exist for n yeavif it. were not lor your carelessness in buying anywhere your' I Hint jots biij an i ladvprilstd aiticle tloliljoialoh ituicite ihe price and Into that .Increase out of your own pocket book. Ppr be to mentfo.n there Is a 'certain' artjclc used by nearly every family in America for.which-you pay from to 520 more than you ought to, simply became that article la-not but Is told from door to door. Virtually the same article with the same standard of, quality and value, is also distributed through stores at a selling cost of about Yet of ''year own bad habit of not reading advertising'; ninety per cent of you buy that article In the old-selling way and throw away from to every time you do so. And there arc a hundred glnring.-instancai of-the same kind. V ;